Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1915-04-08


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NOTES OF THE TURF JMitt Rradr who trains the horses of Joseph K Davis was a recent visitor at Iowl from Hciinlng He roorted that his horses were doing exceedingly weJ and that he would be ready fo a start through the steeplechase ticlel at Havre eh Crace CraceTlie Tlie old MonmoutJi Park hotel fa nous In the days WiMii horse racing nourished in Xe v Jersey burned to il ground yesterday The h el was located close t the Monmouth Park race truck where many s most noted horses ran in their day At the out t of the recent meeting of the lOnglisli Jockey Club the chairman mentioned that in re ¬ spect of certalu honorary member eif the club who had become alien enemies on account e f the war the stewards had taken nin n thcmsclvcK to leave the imnips of these geiiflemeii out of the list when publishing It ill the Inok calenelar The names of those honorary members were Ills Highness the Khedive if Kgynt Count Hatthyany Prince Fcste tics and Prince Kinsky KinskyThe The most promising twoyoarold dfstinid to wear the Camden colors In coming events is a colt by Hen Brush emt of imported Xnns Cloth by Melton an English Derby winner the famous sire of Sysonby whose second diim is by the Derby winner Ileriiiit and third dam the Derby winner Itlair Athol He is also a halfbrother to the noted stake winner Cas iinrinn Senator Camdeii ha iiamcrt Tilm Marse Henry His trainer Peter Wimmcr a man of more than thirty years experience with blue grass thor ¬ oughbreds through whose hands some of the great ¬ est kings of the turf have passed declares Unit Marse Henry is ihe coming horse having all the marks of the highest class Senator Camdei has written Mr Watterson asking permission to call the colt after him and has received the answer 1ou do me proud Louisville Times

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